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7/13-11/10, 2024 (Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays)
Photo by Nakamura Osamu

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About the artwork

Hossein Valamanesh is an artist who migrated from Iran to Australia to be free from social and political oppression. He participated in the first ETAT along with Australian-born Angela Valamanesh, who was influenced by a wide range of disciplines including science, history, and philosophy. The chair, with its elements of animals, humans and artificial materials seem like a condensation of our world. The carved footprints in this newly created pedestal responding to the space of Australia House calls attention to human absence.
[Supported by] Australia Government, Australia now Sponsor

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Artwork no. Y107
Production year 2018
Opening hours Daytime
Admission - (Depending on the period, Passport for viewing artworks and common tickets may be sold.)
Closed Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays (Outdoor artworks can be viewed even on regular closing day.) / Winter
Area Matsunoyama
Village Urada
Open dates 7/13-11/10, 2024 (Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays)
Venue Australia House
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